We were in the area for a family event, stayed two nights. Pros were easy access to Garden State Parkway, friendly staff at front desk, clean newly remodeled room, nearby grocery store, gas and restaurants. Cons were you could hear noise from hallways and upstairs, breakfast not included and what was available was overpriced with limited options.
Traveller from Rhode Island
Perfect for putters, this Inn is close to Galloping Hill Golf Course and the famed Baltusrol Golf Club. Nearby attractions …More
This hotel is an okay alternative. However, you have to realize that this is really en extended stay hotel. The hotel only provides maid service once very 8 days (not every day). The clientele seemed a little young, so there was some noise. Not too bad for the price.
Traveller from Boston
Situated in Piscataway, this aparthotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Middlesex Mall and 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from Circle Playhouse …More
If I ever have the need to stay in this area again, (funeral) I would be happy to stay there again. I often travel with my greyhound who is welcome there. The hotel is nice in appearance, well maintained and it didn't look as though we'd been shunted off to a "dog room." The staff was great, dealing well with my slightly demented ( 700+ mile drive) sense of humor at check-in. One member of the staff - didn't catch his name, black guy, dark complected, foriegn accent, was super nice and helpful at departure. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Doggie "accommodations" are at the rear of the property and include a for "🐕 presents." The one deficiency is in regards to the subject of breakfast. The offerings consisted of a stand by the front door with coffee, tea, hot cocoa, muffins, granola bars etc... There is no place to sit, but the rooms have kitchenettes so NBD. On the whole, great place.
Traveller from Michigan
Situated in Somerset, this aparthotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Protechockey Ponds Ice Center and Garden State Convention …More
I loved this place; I only stayed one night on business, but the location, ambience, and comfort of the hotel made my choice worth it. This is a great example of an old, stately hotel that maintains its character. The room was spacious, comfortable, and very clean. The bathroom was also very large and very clean. I appreciated the continental breakfast and the Red Dog Tavern had nice choices for dinner. My only complaint was that the wi-fi was a little slow (weak signal in my room); otherwise, everything was really perfect. I would stay here again without hesitation.
Set on eight garden-filled acres, this Victorian-furnished family-owned hotel is within walking distance to New Jersey …More
One of the 50 oldest towns in the U.S., Piscataway preserves its history in places like River Road Historic District, a 1.2 mile stretch with nine homes that were built between 1720 and 1865. The East Jersey Olde Towne Village, located in Johnson Park, represents a typical farm community during the 18th and 19th centuries. The Scarlet Knights play at Rutgers Stadium, which overlooks Raritan River.